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Self-employment and cancer
You may be running your own company or work as a freelancer, contractor, farmer or entrepreneur. You may be working on your own or employ other people. A major concern when you are diagnosed with cancer may be how, and if, you can keep your business running.
Learn more about:
- Making a decision about working
- Managing your business
- Telling clients about the cancer
- Telling employees about the cancer
- Managing financial issues
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